Next we will have to take the glass out of our windows so they don't slam
into them. We probably better bury all powerlines just incase a bird is
carrying a ground wire. Oh yes bird baths have to have life guards now and
no more that 1/2" of water heated in the Winter so our feathered friends
don't slip off.
73 Larry WA9VRH
I wonder where we can find rubber glass??
----- Original Message -----
From: "Vic" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, December 10, 2006 11:55 AM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Potential New FCC Tower Construction Threat
> <snip> The USFWS is estimating between 4 and 50 million bird collisions
with communications towers each year
> That's a pretty dramatic spread - even in statistical process control
those figures would be thrown out -- one would think the USFWS could do
better with the math on that one --
> Bird collisions with towers ?? wahtta load of horse dunky -- in 40 years
of my tower life I've never seen a Mr. Magoo bird injured, maimed, or do
damage to itself with a collision into a tower -- most birds I have at my
QTH do more damage to the objects below the antenna-tower with the deposits
of you know what.. not to mention the bent elements over the years from
those "dangerous doves" ..
> What's next ?? ban on domestic cats ?? I can say with certain the cat
next door has sent more birds to the great beyond than my towers, wires or
antennas ever did ...
> TNX Rick it is interesting to see the national priority changes with the
new incoming congress -- will have to keep a satirical eye on this one --
> didadit -- de Vic - WB4SLM EM82dp //
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